ARTICLES — December 29, 2021

What 2021 Has Taught Us and Preparation For A Bright Years Ahead

As we enter the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic, many companies have succeeded in adapting to the digitized industrial paradigm. According to cekindo.com, Indonesia has become the largest spender on Information Technology (IT) in Southeast Asia. The internet in Indonesia contributed to 2.5% of the national GDP in 2016 and will gain 125 million internet users by 2025. This is a big achievement that we have had in recent years. 

In the spirit of gratefulness for the year, here are what 2021 has taught us: 

How To Be Resilient

As the covid which seems far from over, many businesses have come back to the individual houses. The leaders have to find various solutions to survive and keep the economy turning. Thanks to the digital solutions available in the field, such as automated process business, easily remote working, etc. As a result, the businesses are still going although the government takes on work from home policy. 

How To Understand The Importance of Digital Security

When it comes to digital security, business objectives should be supported rather than limited by restrictive bureaucratic processes. As a result, digital security risk management processes should be adaptable to meet various business requirements. To ensure their business aspects, the leaders have used IoT security services to accelerate digital security risk assessment and gather digital emergency solutions.

How To Look For Opportunities When Things Aren’t Good

The presence of problems means there’s a need for a solution. Businesses that have found the solution had the opportunity to capitalize on that this year. Along with IoT technology advances to leverage the data insight, the companies are able to read the market trends and identify customers’ needs. They can predict what kind of changes will happen in the future, so they can be ready whenever the conditions are needed. 

How To Be Supportive and Caring Companies

As we all continue to struggle with uncertainty, stress, and fear brought on by Covid-19, it’s crucial that we have to take physical and mental health issues seriously. Companies have encouraged employees to speak out if they're having trouble meeting expectations due to personal reasons, and they've granted employees concessions. This is the way for the leaders to become more supportive and care while at the same with IoT technology services, they can still keep the work done in any flexible way.

So, with the various lessons that we can take from covid, you have success through the year mindfully and you should be proud of what you’ve achieved. Whether the conditions push your mental down, push you to be resilient, or come up with digital security solutions, you always see a light at the end of the tunnel. Let’s welcome 2022, with IoT technology and services that will help you along the way. Happy new year!

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